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Report for Sporobolus pumilus Roth) P.M.Peterson & Saarela

updated: Apr 28th 2021, 6:07 am see all updates
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Family Poaceae
Genus Sporobolus
Species pumilus
Author Roth) P.M.Peterson & Saarela
Infraspecific subsp.
Infraspecfic Author
Pictures
Plant type
  • hydrohalophyte
Life form
  • Perennial grass
Ecotypes YesPezeshki, SR; DeLaune, RD (1997) Population differentiation in Spartina patens: Responses of photosynthesis and biomass partitioning to elevated salinity
Max. salinity
30000 mg/LHester, M. W., I. A. Mendelssohn and K. L. McKee (2001) Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiological constraintsPEZESHKI, SR; DELAUNE, RD (1993) EFFECTS OF SOIL HYPOXIA AND SALINITY ON GAS-EXCHANGE AND GROWTH OF SPARTINA-PATENSPezeshki, SR; DeLaune, RD (1997) Population differentiation in Spartina patens: Responses of photosynthesis and biomass partitioning to elevated salinityTouchette, B. W., S. R. Schmitt and J. W. G. Moody (2020) Enhanced thermotolerance of photosystem II by elevated pore-water salinity in the coastal marsh graminoid Sporobolus pumilus
Germination YesMartin, RM (2017) Effects of Warming on Invasive Phragmites australis and Native Spartina patens Seed Germination Rates and Implications for Response to Climate ChangeSENECA, ED (1969) GERMINATION RESPONSE TO TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY OF 4 DUNE GRASSES FROM OUTER BANKS OF NORTH CAROLINA
Salt glands and bladders unknown
Photosynthesis Pathway C4Drake, BG (2014) Rising sea level, temperature, and precipitation impact plant and ecosystem responses to elevated CO2 on a Chesapeake Bay wetland: review of a 28-year studyErickson, JE; Megonigal, JP; Peresta, G; Drake, BG (2007) Salinity and sea level mediate elevated CO2 effects on C-3-C-4 plant interactions and tissue nitrogen in a Chesapeake Bay tidal wetlandMaricle, B. R. and R. W. Lee (2006) Effects of environmental salinity on carbon isotope discrimination and stomatal conductance in Spartina grassesMaricle, B. R., R. W. Lee, C. E. Hellquist, O. Kiirats and G. E. Edwards (2007) Effects of salinity on chlorophyll fluorescence and CO2 fixation in C-4 estuarine grasses
Molecular data
  • DNABaumel, A; Rousseau-Gueutin, M; Sapienza-Bianchi, C; Gareil, A; Duong, N; Rousseau, H; Coriton, O; Amirouche, R; Sciandrello, S; Duarte, B; Cacador, I; Castillo, J; Ainouche, M (2016) Spartina versicolor Fabre: Another case of Spartina trans-Atlantic introduction?
Microbial interactions and mycorrhizal status YesBergholz, PW; Bagwell, CE; Lovell, CR (2001) Physiological diversity of rhizoplane diazotrophs of the saltmeadow cordgrass, Spartina patens: Implications for host specific ecotypesMohamed, DJ; Martiny, JBH (2011) Patterns of fungal diversity and composition along a salinity gradientd'Entremont, TW; Lopez-Gutierrez, JC; Walker, AK (2018) Examining Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in Saltmarsh Hay (Spartina patens) and Smooth Cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora) in the Minas Basin, Nova Scotia
Bioremediation YesOliveira, V; Gomes, NCM; Almeida, A; Silva, AMS; Silva, H; Cunha, A (2015) Microbe-Assisted Phytoremediation of Hydrocarbons in Estuarine Environments
antioxidants
  • FlavonoidsFaustino, M. V., M. A. F. Faustino, H. Silva, A. Cunha, A. M. S. Silva and D. Pinto (2019) Puccinellia maritima, Spartina maritime, and Spartina patens Halophytic Grasses: Characterization of Polyphenolic and Chlorophyll Profiles and Evaluation of Their Biological Activities
Secondary Metabolites
  • Hydroxycinnamic acidsFaustino, M. V., M. A. F. Faustino, H. Silva, A. Cunha, A. M. S. Silva and D. Pinto (2019) Puccinellia maritima, Spartina maritime, and Spartina patens Halophytic Grasses: Characterization of Polyphenolic and Chlorophyll Profiles and Evaluation of Their Biological Activities
Compatible Solutes
  • GlycinebetaineHester, M. W., I. A. Mendelssohn and K. L. McKee (2001) Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiological constraints
  • ProlineHester, M. W., I. A. Mendelssohn and K. L. McKee (2001) Species and population variation to salinity stress in Panicum hemitomon, Spartina patens, and Spartina alterniflora: morphological and physiological constraints
Habitat
  • B1 Coastal dunes and sandy shoresCasolo, V., M. Tomasella, V. De Col, E. Braidot, T. Savi and A. Nardini (2015) Water relations of an invasive halophyte (Spartina patens): osmoregulation and ionic effects on xylem hydraulics
  • A2.52 Upper saltmarshesMaricle, B. R., D. R. Cobos and C. S. Campbell (2007) Biophysical and morphological leaf adaptations to drought and salinity in salt marsh grasses
Economic use
  • 3000.0 FORAGEAshour, NI; Serag, MS; ElHaleem, AKA; Mekki, BB (1997) Forage production from three grass species under saline irrigation in Egypt
Distribution
Distribution (text)
  • Florida, USAMaricle, B. R., D. R. Cobos and C. S. Campbell (2007) Biophysical and morphological leaf adaptations to drought and salinity in salt marsh grasses
  • Eastern sandy coast of Bibione (S. Michele al Tagliamento, Italy) beside the High Adriatic Sea, along the western mouth of Tagliamento RiverCasolo, V., M. Tomasella, V. De Col, E. Braidot, T. Savi and A. Nardini (2015) Water relations of an invasive halophyte (Spartina patens): osmoregulation and ionic effects on xylem hydraulics
  • Louisiana, USAPezeshki, SR; DeLaune, RD (1997) Population differentiation in Spartina patens: Responses of photosynthesis and biomass partitioning to elevated salinity
  • Tagus estuary, PortugalDuarte, B., D. Santos, J. C. Marques and I. Cacador (2015) Ecophysiological constraints of two invasive plant species under a saline gradient: Halophytes versus glycophytes
Previously was:
  • Florida, USAMaricle, B. R., D. R. Cobos and C. S. Campbell (2007) Biophysical and morphological leaf adaptations to drought and salinity in salt marsh grasses
  • Eastern sandy coast of Bibione (S. Michele al Tagliamento, Italy) beside the High Adriatic Sea, along the western mouth of Tagliamento RiverCasolo, V., M. Tomasella, V. De Col, E. Braidot, T. Savi and A. Nardini (2015) Water relations of an invasive halophyte (Spartina patens): osmoregulation and ionic effects on xylem hydraulics
  • Louisiana, USAPezeshki, SR; DeLaune, RD (1997) Population differentiation in Spartina patens: Responses of photosynthesis and biomass partitioning to elevated salinity
  • Miscellaneous notes Was Spartina patens with 727 references ( 1 for Sp. pumilus) in late April 2021
    References

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